Firefox’s autodiscovery code needs a little tightening up, so it doesn’t discover absolutely anything which includes the letters R-S-S in a link title, but it’s hard to decide just how tight it ought to be.
Archive for April, 2005
I assume it’s just coincidence, but some days it just doesn’t pay to have Mozilla bugs filed about your site: As Gerv noted, someone filed a bug on their fancy-schmancy Flash ad not working in Firefox, so we just get the fallback gif. I suspect the resolution of the bug was right, invalid by reason […]
Attention weblogs: you can email me twice, in case I forgot the first time, but then you need to shut up until you’ve got something new to tell me.
Can you stop hotlinking of MP3s in embed/bgsound? I can’t see a way, offhand.
SpamLookup: the grown-up, multiple-trigger, multiple-disposition way to deal with spam on your MT weblog. If I ever wind up with a spam problem, I’ll be dropping it in.
Do you got money?
Lickr: a user script to deFlash Flickr. Now to figure out why it doesn’t work on my teetering pile of unstable Firefox builds and alpha Greasemonkeys.
Anil approvingly notes that Tim Bray’s looking forward to having Atom save him from seeing duplicate posts, despite the fact that MT‘s poised to be a major source of duplicates, with its dynamic atom:ids, and it ain’t gonna work anyway. I love syndication, but I don’t much like it most of the time.
Blogger saves posts in a cookie as you type (a feature bug-workaround I swear Ev first did years ago, when we walked uphill both directions in the snow to post, only to get a NullPointerException, though old Blogger news is virtually unfindable), then pulls the feature because it’s buggy. Some weeks, you can’t win.